These Colorado Companies Made the Inc. 5000
Inc. Magazine just published its annual Inc. 5000 report, and 133 Colorado companies made the list.
The Inc. 5000 ranks the country’s fastest-growing privately held companies by percentage revenue growth over the past three years. To be considered for inclusion, companies must have booked at least $100,000 in revenue in 2019 and at least $2 million in 2022.
This year’s honorees range from alternative energy and cannabis startups to a logistics technology provider and a company connecting patients with mental healthcare providers. These were the Colorado companies that made the list:
#49 — Crusoe Energy: Crusoe Energy captures natural gas that would otherwise be emitted, using the power generated to run cloud computing processes. The company’s revenues grew 8,433% between 2019 and 2022.
#97 — Blazy Susan: Blazy Susan makes stylish accessories for cannabis connoisseurs, including spinning rolling trays, papers, grinders, pre-rolled cones and branded merch. It grew 4,811%.
#184 — Fluid Truck: Fluid Truck offers around-the-clock, online rentals of commercial vehicles, including cargo vans, pickups and box trucks. The company grew 2,880% between 2019 and 2022.
#243 — SonderMind: On a mission to streamline mental healthcare, SonderMind connects patients with providers for online or in-person care — and its providers are in network with most major health insurance providers. The company grew 2,289% in the past three years.
#271: GoodQues: Dubbing itself “the ‘anti-research’ research company,” GoodQues draws on psychotherapy technique and academic research techniques to help companies understand consumer behavior. It grew 2,082%.